Here’s a couple snaps of charcoal drawings I made while out foraging in the enchanted mushroom forest a few days ago.
I started the day by sitting down at the side of the house with a hot-pressed paper block and some pencils to do a drawing. After drawing-time, I spent a couple hours removing garlic mustard from the forested area at the back of our yard.… Read More
I’m continuing to make drawings in the garden. Here is a picture of the one I did this morning. Like the others, this one is pencil on hot-pressed watercolour paper.
I’ve been drawing in the garden lately. Most days I make one drawing, other days two and of course some days none at all. I wander about the garden and without thinking too much about it, find a spot to draw. Today’s spot had a… Read More
I started drawing tonight. In the many years I’ve been a painter, I’ve rarely made drawings in the studio. Tonight, I just felt an urge to draw, so I dug out some sheets of watercolour paper I’ve had kicking around for years awaiting this day,… Read More
Many years ago, back in the early 80s, I participated in a Sol LeWitt wall drawing at the David Bellman Gallery in Toronto. I wrote about that experience a few years ago on the old blog and again last year on this one. I was… Read More
I’ve been messing about with some little constructions. I’ve been thinking of them as doodles or sketches in a way, breaking down old patterns and ways of looking at things more than anything else. I don’t know where they’ll take me, if they take me… Read More